So who will be the next Director of the FBI?

Trump’s expectations that the DOJ and FBI be supporters is baffling. Does he not understand that those are supposed to be INDEPENDENT agencies, not his personal attack puppies?

And Barr has proven that he cannot properly perform the job of Attorney General. He should change the name plate on his door to Personal Attorney to the President of the United States.

4 thoughts on “So who will be the next Director of the FBI?

  1. For months Barr, Trump and their minions have been saying that the IG report would be a huge scandal.

    Not so much.

    More like a solid justification for starting an investigation followed with some bureaucratic bungling and fumbles. Kind of par for the course in any large government organization.

    Next is the Durham report, which is now the “real” scandal. This time “we mean it”.

    Probably, again, not so much.

    But Trump, an “Erdogan or Putin (pick one)” wannabe, and his “man Friday” at DOJ will declare victory and move on. Proof positive that everyone was out to get the regime.

    Someone has to go though. Hmmm, wonder who?

    So Wray will be the latest sacrifice and maybe Don, Jr. will get the nod for Director. Keeping it all in the family. La famiglia e tutto.

    Gee, I wonder who the consigliere is?

    Hint: He is AG.

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    1. Could not have answered Mr. Roberts question any better.

      Barr’s audition letter to the DOJ concerning executive power is something he believes in strongly and has been foisting on us from the beginning of his tenure at DOJ. He is supposed to be the people’s lawyer, not the consiglere to the man in the Oval Office.


  2. How to conduct an investigation Deep State style:
    Aug 2016 — The FBI, acting on the information from the Australian diplomat that Trump campaign aide, George Papadopoulos, had boasted that Russia had offered the campaign damaging information about Clinton, opens a counterintelligence investigation into potential coordination between Russia and members of the Trump campaign.

    October 2016 — The FBI asks the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court for a warrant to eavesdrop on Page. In its application, the FBI says it believes Page “has been collaborating and conspiring” with the Russian government to influence the outcome of the election.

    The investigation, the legality of which was challenged in court trials and upheld as legal, resulted in::

    How to open and conduct an investigation non-Deep State style:
    “I would like you to do us a favor though”

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